Different Universities of Andhra Pradesh (AP) had declared examination schedules for both UG and PG courses all of a sudden without completion of syllabus by the teachers and giving time to the students for preparation. Immediately, a statewide movement was organised by the AIDSO, AP State Committee, demanding postponement of examinations till the vaccination is over for both the students and the teachers. A massive 5 day online survey was conducted in which 93.3 % of more than 25,000 students who participated, expressed that they were not ready to write the examinations without necessary time to prepare for the same. Students demonstrations were organised in number of universes in Kurnool, Anantapur, Visakhapatnam, Tirupati, Rajahmundry and Nellore. Initially, the authorities of these universities acted most undemocratically without paying heed to the genuine demands of the students. But then, bowing before the pressure of movement, the Andhra University (AU) administration had to accede to the students’ demand and postponed the semester examinations giving 20 days’ time for preparation and vaccination. This victory of legitimate students’ movement has created a very positive impact and the acceptance of AIDSO has increased significantly among the students.